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Museum, Motorsports Park Featured on Tennessee Valley Uncharted

By July 10, 2019February 18th, 2021No Comments

Tennessee Valley Uncharted, the television show, highlights unique locations, techniques and traditions across the seven state region known as the Tennessee Valley. Watch as hosts Erick Baker and Aerial Nicole lead the way through breathtaking beauty, deep-rooted culture and heart-pounding adventure, mined from the outdoors of the Tennessee Valley. Travel with Erick, Aerial and the Uncharted crew as they capture firsthand experiences. Along the way, you’ll meet fascinating folks, encounter wildlife, and explore the region’s many waterways.

In episode 508, “Bowling Green’s Caves, Cars and Cold Brews,”Erick learns how Bowling Green, Kentucky stands the test of time ­­ and offers adventure in all different forms! He kicks off this trip by stopping into Brew Holler Blue Supplies, where not only do they put their own spin on craft beers, but they provide the community with the tools they need to brew at home. The owner of the brewery joins Erick for dinner at Novo Dolce, a gastropub that works with other local entrepreneurs to serve unique and delicious cuisine. Erick then ventures out to Lost River Cave, and he learns during his underground boat tour that though the caves have been scarred by pollution, the right amount of care can lead to healing. Then he gets to zipline through the surrounding woods! Afterward, accompanied by his Lost River tour guide, Erick stops into Lost River Pizza to refuel after an exciting day. His next stop is Kentucky Lake, where he learns why fishing for Asian Carp is important for the ecosystem to thrive, and how management teams help keep the invasive species at bay. Last but certainly not least, Erick takes a look around the National Corvette Museum to learn about these iconic cars, and he even gets to zip around the track in one at the NCM Motorsports Park.

The episode premiered on July 10, 2019. Tennessee Valley Uncharted can be seen on YouTube, Amazon Prime and weekly on PBS stations across the Tennessee Valley.

Watch The Full Episode 508 Here